Baby and Kids
Exercise and physical activity is important for everyone, especially your kids. Looking for a fun, engaging way to keep them moving? Turn to MY GYM.
MY GYM specializes in developing kids cognitively, emotionally and physically while keeping them active with creative and fun classes and programs. Today's Plum Deal gets you a pack of gifts that will do just that: entertain, engage, and keep your child moving around. The Mymo’s Adventures DVD (an iParenting award winner) is a fun-filled, part–live action/part-animated program featuring play-along activities with Mymo the monkey, MY GYM's mascot. He leads six awesome interactive adventures such as a visit to the circus, a river rafting trip, and a climb up the Matterhorn. All feature great music, follow-along instructions from a silly puppet named Alphonse, and most of all: FUN! The Mymo Adventures CD has 11 great tunes to move and groove to, while The Activator CD's music, by Aaron Nigel Smith, combines all-time favorite kids songs and original songs.
This pack full of fun makes one great gift—or a few fun stocking stuffers. Grab one today and get your child moving along with all the fun!
MY GYM has developed an extraordinary program and facility to help children 6 weeks through 13 years of age develop physically, cognitively, and emotionally. They have over 200 locations in more than 25 countries, offering structured, age-appropriate, weekly classes that incorporate music, dance, relays, games, special rides, gymnastics, sports, and more. Children have loads of fun as they gain strength, balance, coordination, agility, and flexibility while developing social skills, confidence, and self-esteem. Their state-of-the-art facility, extensively trained staff, award-winning class programs, and excellent student/teacher ratio have earned MY GYM the reputation as the best early learning program of its kind.
MY GYM is also the home of The Activators, the fun-filled, interactive kids' show designed to encourage children to get up and move. The Activators is located on the Web at www.theactivators.net.